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Hehir's Woolen Store in Clifden, County Galway is a family run business, specialising in quality Irish knitwear. The store also stocks a wide range of footwear, outdoor clothing and souvenirs.
An Doilín Hotel is located in the village of Curraroe in the heart of the Connemara Gaeltacht. The hotel is conveniently located with access to all six beaches in Carraroe. Daily trips to the Aran Islands can be arranged nearby.
The Slí route starts in Oranmore Village outside the Church of the Immaculate Conception, built in 1974. Following the footpath to the right, you pass ‘Roseville Cottage’ a late 18th century private house. Continue to an old traditional thatched cott
Galway Tours provide scheduled walking tours of Galway City. All of the tours are available to book online. Our tours are also bookable by telephone, or through our network of ticket agents.
Flannery's Hotel Galway is a long established family-run hotel offering luxury and style within relaxed surroundings. This three-star hotel is situated just a few minutes' drive from Galway City centre.
This ferry service operates daily from June to early September. Sailings from Roonagh Quay, Louisburgh, Co Mayo.
Connemara Wild Escapes is a tour operator in Letterfrack, County Galway. They offer packaged or bespoke activity safaris and experiences to Connemara, West of Ireland.
One of Ireland’s best known seafood restaurants and bars. Although Donnellys are principally known as a seafood restaurant we have plenty of game and meat dishes also.
Connemara Healing Journeys - Come join us by the sea! For gentle walks, meditation, Tai-Chi and celtic, christian heritage pilgrimmages to ancient sites and to Máméin for ancient healing pilgrimages.
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